I clicked on the live broadcast link for BBC radio4. Despite exiting the page, restarting my macbook, and shutting down and reopening thje broadcast continues. I can't access anything to turn it off. Please help!

I clicked on the live broadcast link for BBC radio 4. Despite exiting the webpage, restarting the computer and shutting down and reopening, the braodcast continues. I cannot find a way to shut it off. I have tried reopening the BBC website, clicking on the live braodcast link and then closing it. I get 2 almost similtanteous broadcasts and when I click the close button only one switches off. Please help!

Most unusual.
Try a safe boot:
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1564
Open Activity Monitor and see if you can identify any application that may be the culprit.  If so, click on it and then the "Quit Process' icon on the menu bar.
Ciao.

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